fox news is a right leaning biased
tyt is very biased david pakman is less biased
rt is the best when it comes to usa politics
but is sucks when it comes to Russia very biased so what is ur favourite
- fox and trump media
- cnn and anti trump media
- Tyt And david pakman
- Rt media
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Information is information. It's what you do with it that matters. The moment you automatically accept something as true or deny it based on the suggestion of another person/outlet, you failed as a thinking individual.
ALL news media is biased, since ALL reporters have their leanings (as do their employers, who also have their interests). They ALL intentionally try to PROPAGATE their viewpoint via their selection of what to include (and what NOT to include), their wording of what is included, graphics, etc. and are, hence propaganda. Diversify your liars, so you can find trends and see the truth between the extremes and between the lines.
Yeah, I tend to avoid U. S. news media, except when utterly necessary.
While Moscow's 🇷🇺Sputnik News seems to watered-down & sensationalized and 🇷🇺TASS is too formal & detailed, 🇷🇺R. T. seems to be a good middle-ground. While those are primarily aimed at foreign non-Russians, 🇷🇺Вести/Vesti News (in Russian with English subtitles) is a collection of domestically-aired, Russian-aimed news made available to English-speaking non-Russians. R. T. and Vesti are my favorites for their different perspective.
Philippine news sources are also my go-to sources: Manila's 🇵🇭P. N. A. and private sources (Manila Times, G. M. A. News, etc.)
For Korea, I favor Seoul's 🇰🇷Arirang News and (occasionally) 🇰🇷K. B. S. News, plus private YonHap News. Sometimes, I check Pyongyang's point of view with its 🇰🇵K. C. N. A., Rodong Sinmun, and Pyongyang Times.
For Japan, Tokyo's 🇯🇵N. H. K. World, plus private Kyodo News and Asahi Shimbun work for me.
On Chinese issues, I use Beijing's 🇨🇳XinHua News & 🇨🇳C. C. T. V., Taipei's 🇹🇼Focus Taiwan, and (occasionally) the Hong Kong private sources The Standard & China Daily.
I also use Berlin's 🇩🇪D. W. English for Germany and Paris's 🇫🇷France 24 for France. For the complicated Middle East, use the geopolitical rivalries of the region's governments to uncover truths the selectively proclaim/hide: Riyadh's 🇸🇦al-Arabiya, Tehran's 🇮🇷PressTV, Istanbul's 🇹🇷Anadolu News, private Israeli sources (Jerusalem Post, Israel HaYom, HaAretz), Damascus's 🇸🇾S. A. N. A. with an occasional use of Doha's 🇶🇦al-Jazeera & private M. E. M. R. I.
For American issues, Washington's 🇺🇸V. O. A. and 🇺🇸N. P. R. work, with private conservative-leaning Durdge Report, libertarian Reason, and an occasionally leftist Daily Kos & Think Progress. But (again!) I tend to avoid U. S. politics, since it's generally anger-/depression-inducing, while news outside the U. S. (as reported by non-American sources) is generally so much more cheery & uplifting (ex. rapidly-deepening inter-Korean ties).